2020 Summer Simulation

July 20-22, 2020
Virtual Conference
Thank you Chalmers University of Technology for all your help and support.
See you in 2021.
Hosted by the Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS), SummerSim’20 focuses on modeling and simulation, tools, theory, methodologies and applications and provides a forum for the latest R&D results in academia and industry. Scientists, engineers, managers, educators, and business professionals who develop or use M&S methodologies and tools are invited to participate and present original contributions. The technical proceedings of SCS will be listed in the ACM digital library.

M&S for Smart and Connected World





Conference Summary
The 2020 Summer Simulation Conference (SummerSim’20) Virtual Conference will take place over the course of three days from Monday, June 20, 2020 through Wednesday, July 22, 2020. It will be co-located with the 2020 International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems Conference (SPECTS’20).
SummerSim’20 will present one keynote speaker, one tutorial session, one educational panel, one strategic Engineering workshop, and nine track sessions. SPECTS’20 will present two keynote speakers and two track sessions.
Tutorials, keynote speaker, and the HSA track will take place on Monday, July 20, 2020.
Tracks ATOMS, AEROSIM, Educational Panel, and Strategic Engineering Workshop will take place on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
Tracks SDF, GC, CPS, and ATOMS will take place on Wednesday, July 22, 2020.
SPECTS’20 sessions and keynote speakers will take place on Monday July 20, 2002 and on Wednesday, July 22, 2020.
Topics covered range from Discrete Event Simulation in the Design of a Jackets Nodes Robotized Welding Workshop, Safety Critical Simulation Engineering, and Co-Simulation of Bio-Inspired Multi-Agent Algorithms.
The SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference is open to all paid attendees from July 20, 2020 to July 22, 2020 and will be available to the public beginning July 23, 2020. Session times are CEST (Central European Summer Time).
Registration is still open visit https://scs.org/summersim/. If you would like to sample our conference for a day and you are new to our events, please contact us at 858-277-3888 or scs@scs.org for a daily rate.
We would like to thank those who registered for the SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference, Chalmers University of Technology, which contributed the Zoom Licensing and Rooms.


Thank You!
Thank you all for coming together and participating in the SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference. It could not have been possible without all of you who came together. Organizers and attendees such as you are the reason we were able accomplish our goal of this virtual event. We look forward to seeing you next year!

SummerSim'20 Schedule

Day 1: SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference Agenda - July 20, 2020

Parallel Meeting One           Location:  Zoom Room: Sunflower

Tutorial Session 2:00PM-3:30PM CEST
Chair:  Joachim Denil

  • Title:  Modeling and Co-Simulation of Heterogeneous Systems With the Into-CPS Application and the FMI Standard by Claudio Gomes, Hugo Macedo and Peter Gorm Larsen (26)

Opening Session   3:45PM-3:46PM CEST

Keynote   3:47PM-4:40PM CEST

  • Keynote: How Activity-Based Modeling and Simulation Can Move Artificial Learning Algorithms Closer to Real Neurocognitive Mechanisms by Alexandre Muzy

Break: 4:40PM-5:00PM CEST

HSA Session 1.1 5:00PM – 5:40PM CEST
Chair:  Nathalie Pinede

  • Spatial Multicomponent Agent-Based Simulation of a Fishery by Corinne Idda, Eric Innocenti, Dominique Prunetti and Pierre-Regis Gonsolin (9)
  • Evaluating Regulatory Policies for the US Corporate Bond Market with Agent-Based Models by Don Berndt, David Boogers and Saurav Chakraborty (23)

Break: 5:40PM-6:00PM CEST

HSA Session 1.2 6:00PM – 7:00PM CEST West-Coast Session
Chair:  Alberto Del Barrio

  • Aircraft Survivability Modeling for Multi-UAV Operational Scenarios and Emerging Threats by Ian Lunsford and Thomas Bradley (49)
  • Activity Diagrams between DEVS-based Modeling & Simulation and fUML-based Model Execution by Abdurrahman Alshareef, Doohwan Kim, Chungman Seo and Bernard Zeigler (54)
  • Supporting the Reuse of Algorithmic Simulation Models by Bernard Zeigler, Nicholas Keller, Doohwan Kim and Chase Anderson (57)

Parallel Meeting Two          Location:  Zoom Room:  Lily

Tutorial Session 2:00PM-3:30PM CEST
Chair:  Josue Pagan Ortiz

  • Topic:  On the M&S of Data-Intensive loT Applications Using Mercury, A Tool for Exploring Federated Edge Computing Infrastructures by Roman Cardenas (47)


Parallel Meeting Three        Location:  Zoom Room: Rose

3:45PM-3:50PM CEST  Opening Session

3:50PM-4:50PM CEST
Keynote: Cloud and Fog Computing for Real-Time Applications:  Resource Allocation and Scheduling Issues by Helen Karatza

Break: 4:50PM-5:00PM CEST

Session I 5:00PM – 7:00PM CEST
Chair: Joaquin Entrialgo
Computer Systems and Cloud Computing

  • 5:00PM-5:30PM CEST
    The Hyplet – Joining a Program and a Nanovisor for Real-Time and Performance by Raz Ben Yehuda and Nezer Zaidenberg
  • 5:30PM-6:00PM CEST
    A Trace-Based Study of SMB Network File System Workloads in an Academic Enterprise by Paul Wortman and John Chandy
  • 6:00PM-6:30PM CEST
    Joint Optimization of the Cost of Computation and Virtual Machine Image Storage in Cloud Infrastructure by Jose Luis Díaz, Javier García, Joaquín Entrialgo, Manuel García and Daniel F. García
  • 6:30PM-7:00PM CEST
    Scheduling a Time-Varying Workload of Multiple Types of Jobs on Distributed Resources by Georgios L. Stavrinides and Helen Karatza

Day 2: SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference Agenda - July 21, 2020

Parallel Meeting One    Location:  Zoom Room:  Sunflower

ATOMS 1- Session 2.1     2:00PM – 3:50PM CEST
Chair:  Eva Besada Portas

  • Spatiotemporal Algal Bloom Prediction of Geum River, Korea Using the Deep Learning Models in Company With the EFDC Model by Miyoung Jang, Jaeyoung Kim, Dongil Seo and Jiyong Kim (14)
  • Towards Effective Design and Adaptation of CSP Using Multi-Modelling Based Simulation-Driven Digital Twin Approach by Souvik Barat, Vinay Kulkarni, Prashant Kumar, Kaustav Bhattacharya, Senthilvelan Natarajan and Sankaranarayanan Viswanathan (24)
  • A General Variable Neighborhood Search for Simulation-Based Energy-Aware Flow Shop Scheduling by Bernhard Heinzl and Wolfgang Kastner (22)
  • Discrete Event Simulation in the Design of a Jackets Nodes Robotized Welding Workshop by Javier Pernas, Adolfo Lamas and Inés Taracido (31)
  • Using Hills as a Common Concrete Syntax for SES and DEVS: Application to Microscopic Simulation of Traffic by Youssouf Kone, Oumar Maïga and Mamadou Traoré (51)
  • Multi-Faceted Modeling in the Analysis and Optimization of IoT Complex Systems by Román Cárdenas Rodriguez, Patricia Arroba, José M. Moya and José L. Risco-Martín (46)

Break: 3:50PM-4:00PM CEST

ATOMS 2- Session 2.2     4:00PM – 5:50PM CEST
Chair:  José L. Risco-Martín

  • Base-Port Capacity Optimization for the Installation of Offshore Wind Farms by Daniel Rippel, Nicolas Jathe, Michael Lütjen and Michael Freitag (11)
  • Simulation-Based Scheduling for Offshore Wind Farm Installation Using Timed Petri Nets Approach by Hengrui Peng, Daniel Rippel, Michael Lütjen, Matthias Becker and Helena Szczerbicka (13)
  • Towards an Improvement of the Forecast of Wind Resources in Europe: Application of Unsupervised Machine Learning on Future Projections of Polar Vortex by Maria Rodriguez Montes, Blanca Ayarzagüena and María Guijarro (37)
  • Numerical Study on Evaluation of Market Dynamics in Supplier Development by Haniyeh Dastyar, Jürgen Pannek and Klaus- Dieter Thoben (12)
  • Using Multi-Perspective Modeling and Holistic Simulation to Explore the Short and Long Term Impact of a Pandemic on Economic Growth by Cheick A. T. Camara, Mamadou K. Traoré and Oumar Maïga (52)
  • Assessing Potential COVID-19 Outcomes for a University Campus With and Without Physical Distancing by Robert Smith? (56)

Break: 5:50PM-6:00PM CEST

Aerosim- Session 2.3       6:00PM – 7:00PM CEST
Chairs:  Umut Durak and Alessandro Golkar

  • A Framework for Constructing Agent-Based Aerospace Simulations Using Model to Text Transformation by Burak Eren Dere, Bilge Kaan Gorur and Halit Oguztuzun (20)
  • Safety Critical Simulation Engineering by Umut Durak, Andrea D’Ambrogio and Paolo Bocciarelli (44)
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering Approach to Technology Roadmapping by Alessandro Golkar and Nicola Garzaniti (45)

Parallel Meeting Two    Location:  Zoom Room:  Lily

Educational Panel 2:00PM – 4:00PM CEST
Chair: Umut Durak

Strategic Engineering Workshop 4:00PM – 6:00PM CEST
Chair:  Agostino Bruzzone

Day 3: SummerSim 2020 Virtual Conference Agenda - July 22, 2020

Parallel Meeting One    Location:  Zoom Room: Sunflower

SDF and ATOMS 3- Session 3.1  2:00PM – 3:50PM CEST
Chairs:  Guillermo Botello and José L. Risco-Martín

  • Comparation of Container-Based Platforms for Quantum Computing Simulation by Gines Carrascal, Guillermo Botella and Alberto Antonio Del Barrio Garcia (32)
  • Automatic Detection of Vehicles in Outdoor Parking Lots From Zenith Perspective Using Neural Networks by Juan Manuel Carrera García, Joaquín Recas Piorno and María Guijarro Mata-Garcia (34)
  • Emotion Detection in Infants Using an Ensemble Classifier With a Novel Member Selection Technique by Hesham Fahmy, Sherif Fahmy, Alberto Del Barrio and Guillermo Botella (38)
  • Simulating and Deploying Analog Arithmetic Circuits on FPAAS by Daniel García Moreno, Alberto Antonio Del Barrio García and Guillermo Botella Juan (39)
  • Unit Testing Platform to Validate DEVS Models by Kevin Henares, José L. Risco-Martín, Jose L. Ayala and Hermida Roman (36)
  • Modeling Tree-Structured I2C Communication to Study the Behavior of a Dielectric Coolant in a Two-Phase Immersion Cooling System by Pedro Malagon, Patricia Arroba, Samira Briongos Herrero, Alex Mauricio Santana and Jose M. Moya (55)

Break: 3:50PM-4:00PM CEST

CPS- Session 3.2   4:00PM – 5:50PM CEST
Chairs:  Cláudio Gomes and Christian Møldrup Legaard

  • Model-Based Development and Simulative Verification of Logical Vehicle Functions Using Executable UN/ECE Regulations by Kevin Neubauer, Harald Bucher and Juergen Becker (53)
  • Co-Simulation of Bio-Inspired Multi-Agent Algorithms by Cinzia Bernardeschi, Andrea Domenici and Maurizio Palmieri (40)
  • Rapid Prototyping of Self-Adaptive Systems Using Python Functional Mockup Units by Christian Møldrup Legaard, Cláudio Gomes, Peter Gorm Larsen and Frederik Forchhammer Foldager (41)
  • A Co-Simulation Approach for the Evaluation of Multi-Core Embedded Platforms in Cyber-Physical Systems by Yon Vanommeslaeghe, Bert Van Acker, Ken Vanherpen and Paul De Meulenaere (43)
  • QEMTrace: A Multi-Platform Memory Tracer Based on System Emulation by Alexy Torres Aurora Dugo, Jean-Baptiste Lefoul, Felipe Magalhaes, Dahman Assal and Gabriela Nicolescu (16)
  • Formally Verified FMI Enabled External Data Broker: RABBITMQ FMU by Casper Thule, Cláudio Gomes and Kenneth G. Lausdahl (42)

Break: 5:50PM-6:00PM CEST

ATOMS 3-Session 3.3   6:00PM – 7:00PM CEST
Chairs:  Gregory Zacharewicz and Alberto Del Barrio

  • Towards a Combination of Discrete-Event Simulation With Machine Learning for SMART Parking by Antoine Dominici, Laurent Capocchi, Emmanuelle de Gentili and JeanFrancois Santucci (19)
  • Implementing Reinforcement Learning in SIMIO Discrete-Event Simulation Software by Andrew Greasley (48)
  • Model & Data Hybrid Driven SMART Modeling for Combat Systems by Zhi Zhu and Yonglin Lei (7)


Parallel Meeting Three         Location:  Zoom Room: Rose

Session II 3:00PM – 5:00PM CEST
Chair: George T. Karetsos
Networking Technologies and Telecommunications

  • 3:00PM-3:30PM CEST
    RSSI-Based Indoor Localization with LTE-A Ultra-Dense Networks by Ala’a Al-Habashna and Gabriel Wainer
  • 3:30PM-4:00PM CEST
    A MIMO Antenna with Slotted Ground Plane for 5G Millimeter Waves Communication Systems by Ahmad Massud Tota Khel and Xiao-Hong Peng
  • 4:00PM-4:30PM CEST
    Game Theoretic Conflict Resolution Mechanism for Cognitive Autonomous Networks by Anubhab Banerjee, Stephen S. Mwanje and Georg Carle
  • 4:30PM-5:00PM CEST
    Analysis of Network’s QoS in Service Chains by Khalil Mebarkia and Zoltan Zsoka

Break: 5:00PM-5:15PM CEST

5:15PM – 6:15PM CEST
Keynote:  Modeling and Simulation of Cellular Networks:  Formalizing the Models by Gabriel Wainer

6:15PM-6:20PM CEST Closing


SummerSim 2020 Best Paper
Title: A General Variable Neighborhood Search for Simulation-Based Energy-Aware Flow Shop Scheduling
Author: Bernhard Heinzl and Wolfgang Kastner
Session | Track: Session 2.1 | Applied Theory of Modeling and Simulation (AToMS) Track
Date | Time: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 | 2:00 p.m. CEST

SPECTS 2020 Best Paper
Title: Analysis of Network’s QoS in Service Chains
Authors: Khalil Mebarkia and Zotlán Zsóka
Session: Session II, Networking Technologies and Telecommunications
Date | Time: Wednesday, July 22, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. CEST


Virtual Conference Author Information

What to Expect on the Day of Your Presentation

Note: All presentations that provided consent will be recorded and uploaded with printed presentation online.

Step 1: Presenters should find their session schedule from the conference program online at https://scs.org/summersim/ and connect at least 15 minutes before their scheduled presentation time slot using the link provided in the email sent to you as a registered attendee.

Step 2: Using the presentation link mentioned above, the presenter should ideally be present during the entire session and must provide their full name on Zoom to make sure that the session chair can easily spot them. If there is a different name or nickname, a participant can rename his/her name after connecting.

Step 3: Presenters should be visible to all people attending the session, so testing your camera and audio before the day of the event is advised.

Step 4: Once it is the presenter’s allocated time slot, the session chair will call the presenter’s name and give the green light to start. Then, the presenter should share their screen using the green button located in the lower middle on Zoom. As a presenter, you have the option to share the entire screen or just the presentation application (e.g., PowerPoint).

Step 5: If this is a regular paper presentation, the presenter will have an 18-minute time slot. The presenter should spend the first 14 minutes for their live presentation without questions, and the last 4 minutes will be devoted to Q/A moderated by session chairs.  (Please keep track of your time and practice your presentation before hand to keep within the time limit).  All presentation times are provided on the SCS website within the program at scs.org/springsim.

Step 6: When the 18-minute time slot ends, the presenter will need to stop sharing their screen, the session chair will end the screen share at the designated time if the presentation is running over.

Step 7: If presenter would like to further discuss their paper or other papers, there are slack rooms available. They are listed on the website and within the email; you received of the Zoom link.

How to Give Great Virtual Presentation

Suggestions for presenting on the video platform Zoom, to driving engagement with questions, and tips for powerful virtual presentations. Please visit https://www.zoom.us/resources for videos and prior to the meeting go to https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting to allow you to join a meeting without downloading any software. How to videos for zoom are also located here https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206618765-Zoom-Video-Tutorials

1. Practice Your Virtual Presentation (Twice)
Do not let the first time you use your presentation technology (audio tools, webinar software, etc.) be in front of your audience. Grab a friend, family member, or coworker to do a dry run.
Record yourself presenting in Zoom from start to finish (no stopping to fix something). Watch the recording later and make improvements. Do it again.

2. Consider Using a Virtual Background
Spotty Wi-Fi with an unprofessional background and a poorly lit face can damage your presentation.
Check what is visible in your camera background before you start.
Make use of virtual backgrounds.  What you think of as an innocuous background can be extremely distracting to your audience.  Zoom’s virtual backgrounds can be used.
Pay attention to your lighting (and do not forget how this changes throughout the day!) Too much light from behind leaves you featureless, so be sure to have good even lighting from the front.  Check that you are lit from the front, not from behind

3. Minimize Distractions… And Unnecessary Tabs
Turn off your notifications. All of them. MacOS has a Do Not Disturb mode that is useful.
Pets can be a big distraction, and you may want to isolate yourself from them.
Only share the minimum necessary applications, close any tabs that you do not need for the presentation. If you have to share your whole desktop, remove anything that lives there and set a neutral background.
Check that you are looking straight at the camera and your video feed is framing the upper part of your torso and your head.  Look directly into the camera and not down at your notes or screen.
Prepare some drinking water and set a timer.

4. Share Your Screen
Make sure you know how your computer full screen works before your presentation.
If you haven’t shared your screen on Zoom before, make at least one practice share because Zoom will require certain permissions to be given. In this way, you will not waste time during your actual presentation.
Check your bandwidth if you have any reason to suspect it is low.
Keep slides simple and clean.
Provide a good introduction and conclusion.

5. Test Your Audio, and Test it Again
Adding a microphone is better than your computers audio, suggestions are, Blue Yeti or Antlion Wireless ModMic.
“Check your sound. Zoom has a test function for this.
Always have a Plan B for audio. Your phone, headset, internal microphone are all good options.
Zoom has new features to cancel background noises from your microphone. If you do not see it, you may need to update the Zoom app.

6. Use Large Font Size
Present off the lowest resolution display you have.
Always assume that you need to make your text bigger. If you are sharing code or your command line, check your text color, background color, and font size. If you are not sure, ask a friend to check. In addition, if you have an opportunity to add a little personality with your background or color.

7. Schedule Time for Virtual Q&A
Presenting to a camera can feel lonely. If possible, build in a way for the audience to interact-chat, question & answer, and breakout rooms are all great options.

8. Look Directly at the Camera
Present as if you are talking to a person, not your camera.
Make sure you are making eye contact with the camera.  Do not have your camera at one angle and looking at another angle.
Put your speaker notes or participant video as close to your camera as possible.

9.  Backup Plan
If you know you will have spotty Wi-Fi, you can prepare a backup presentation to use.

10. Set Yourself up for Success
Audio and video quality make a big difference.


Keynote Speaker

   Alexandre Muzy

Presentation Title: How Activity-Based Modeling and Simulation Can Move Artificial Learning Algorithms Closer to Real Neurocognitive Mechanisms

Biography: Alexandre Muzy is CNRS research fellow at Université Côte d’Azur (I3S computer science laboratory). He is co-director of the NeuroMod institute and in  charge of the Modeling, Simulation & Neurocognition (MS&N) research group. He is a specialist of computational modeling and simulation based on system theory, more specifically discrete event systems currently applied to neurocognitive systems, with more than 70 international research publications. He created the computational activity paradigm for structuring models and developed with Bernard P. Zeigler the computational iterative system paradigm. The latter paradigm has been used as a new foundation of the Theory of modeling and simulation – (3d edition). Based on the mapping from in vivo neurocognitive activities to temporal computations, he works on the specification of the computational neurocognitive system (cf. Computabrain project) at learning, modeling and simulation levels.


Applied Theory of Modeling and Simulation (AToMS)
José L. Risco Martín

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
Claudio Gomes

Humans, Societies and Artificial Agents (HSA)
Saikou Diallo and Nathalie Pinede

Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace (AeroSim)
Alessandro Golkar

Simulation in the System Design Flow (SDF)
Guillermo Botella

Modeling and Simulation as a Service (MSaaS)
Andrea D’Ambrogio and Paolo Bocciarelli

Grand Challenges in Modeling and Simulation (GC)
Gregory Zacharewicz

Emergency Modeling and Simulation (EMS)
Francesco Longo and Letizia Nicoletti

Josué Pagán Ortiz

Work in Progress (WIP)
Ken Vanherpen


Title: Strategic Decision Making
Presenter: Agostino Bruzzone
Abstract: The half day Workshop on “Strategic Decision Making” encourages to submit papers on the use of Modeling and Simulation, in combination with Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents and Data Analytics tools and techniques, for supporting Strategic Decisions. The idea is to present innovative solutions in terms of architectures, new models and solutions. This Workshop focuses on creating a working experience on these innovative frameworks respect a wide spectrum of applications from Business to Industry, from Defense to Homeland Security, from Oil & Gas to Public Services.
For more information.

Registration & Pricing


SummerSim 2020 Registration Fees:

Regular and Late Registration 

  • Member: $400
  • Non-Member: $485
  • Member-Student: $200
  • Non-Member Student: $230
  • Retiree: $200

Mandatory Fee Explanation of 2020 Event FAQ
This FAQ provides details on how SCS figures out conference registration fees and the changes for a virtual event like SummerSim’20.

Student Verification Form
Retiree Verification Form

Organization Committee

Honorary Chairs: Jose Luis Risco Martin, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, and Hans Vangheluwe, University of Antwerp, Belgium
General Chair: Joachim Denil, University of Antwerp, Belgium
General Co-Chair: Alberto Del Barrio, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Program Chair: Mamadou Traore, University of Bordeaux, France
Publicity Chair: Moharram Challenger, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Workshop Chair: Alberto Falcone, University of Calabria, Italy
Tutorial Chair: Josué Pagán Ortiz, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Awards Chair: Umut Durak, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany

Technical Program Committee

Abdurrahman Alshareef
Ahsan Qamar
Alberto Falcone
Alessandro Golkar
Alessia Amelio
Alfonso Urquia
Alfredo Garro
Andrea D’Ambrogio
Andrea Giglio
Andrea Tundis
Audrey Jardin
Bahram Zarrin
Bart Meyers
Bentley Oakes
Bert Van Acker
Bianca Scheibel
Christian Rakow
Cinzia Bernardeschi
Cláudio Gomes
Claudio Savaglio
Dalel Kanzari
Dhananjai Rao
Didier Buchs
Dominique Blouin
Elena Pagani
Emiliano Paglia
Eugene Syriani
Eva Besada Portas
F. LeRon Shults
Fabio Cremona
Fabrizio Marozzo
Francesco Sergio Pisani
Francesco Longo
Francesco Quaglia
Franco Domenico Cicirelli
Gabriel Wainer
Gabriele D’Angelo
Gerd Wagner
Gert Zülch
Greg Zacharewicz
Guillermo Botella
Hakan Aydemir
Hamdi Kavak
Igor Bisio
Jean-Francois Santucci
Jerzy Respondek
Joachim Denil
Joaquín Recas
José L. Risco-Martín
Josué Pagán
Julien Deantoni
Justin Lane
Ken Pierce
Ken Vanherpen
Kevin Henares
Kwabena Amponsah
Letizia Nicoletti
Levent Yilmaz
Lin Zhang
Lorenzo Donatiello
Loris Belcastro
Luisa Massari
Mamadou Traoré
Manuel Wimmer
Marco Di Natale
Mario Marchese
Mario Porrmann
Marjan Sirjani
Martin Benedikt
Mauro Tropea
Maximiliano Cristia
Michael Schultz
Miguel Mujica Mota
Mikhail Gusev
Mirko Stoffers
Moharram Challenger
Mongi Ben Gaid
Nathalie Pinede
Nicolai Pedersen
Okan Topçu
Óscar Rodríguez Polo
Pablo Garcia
Paolo Bocciarelli
Paolo Masci
Patricia Arroba
Paul De Meulenaere
Paul-Antoine Bisgambiglia
Peppino Fazio
Peter Gorm Larsen
Peter Maurer
Philippe Giabbanelli
Ranjita Dash
Rick McKenzie
Robert Bryce
Robert Siegfried
Robson De Grande
Rolf Egert
Román Cárdenas Rodríguez
Saikou Diallo
Samira Briongos Herrero
Saurabh Mittal
Sergiy Bogomolov
Sezgin Kilic
Shafagh Jafer
Simon Gorecki
Simon Van Mierlo
Ta Duong
Taro Kanno
Thomas Clemen
Thomas Paris
Thorsten Pawletta
Umut Durak
Virginie Galtier
Wesley Wildman
Wolfgang Kuehn
Yang Tian
Yentl Van Tendeloo
Yon Vanommeslaeghe
Yonglin Lei
Zhi Zhu
Zhijun Lyu

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